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undetectable

(ŭn″di-tek′tă-bĕl)
Not found with contemporary laboratory testing; unmeasurable. The term applies to chemicals, contaminants, pathogens, or toxins in samples of air, blood, other fluids, or tissues.
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"Through education and public awareness, we can improve all of Scotland's knowledge about the fact that people living with HIV, on effective treatment with an undetectable viral load, can't pass it on to their sexual partners.
Recent technological developments, such as laser cutting machines, have led to the fabrication of knives using materials that are undetectable by metal detectors.
'When an HIV positive person takes ARV daily as prescribed, he or she is likely to achieve viral suppression which leads to undetectable viral load usually within six months after starting treatment.
"The drone can reach heights of around 400 feet, and at that height, it is almost undetectable.
According to the experts, U=U means people living with HIV who are able to achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load, i.e., the amount of HIV in the blood, by taking and adhering to antiretroviral therapy (ART) as prescribed cannot sexually transmit the virus to others.
The main aim of the study was to see how many men reached an undetectable viral load (defined as a load below 50 copies).
Rodger and her associates calculated the 95% confidence interval around the zero transmissions they observed during gay male sex events with undetectable HIV in both PARTNER-2 and PARTNER-1.
His serum C-peptide was undetectable <0.1 ng/ml.
Issued by the Prevention Access Campaign, U=U is based upon the findings of two major scientific studies on transmission risk: HPTN 052 and PARTNER, and a smaller study called "Opposites Attract." In all of the studies, there were no transmissions of HIV (between serodiscordant, or mixed-status, couples) when the partner living with HIV was undetectable. Over 58,000 sex acts were counted in one of the studies with not a single transmission.
Hackers could use inaudible, undetectable commands transmitted via ultrasound in order to compromise speech recognition systems and popular voice assistants, security researchers in China (https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/3987864/Dolphinattack.pdf) discovered.
Very low or undetectable HDL-C more often originates from assay interference from paraproteins and autoantibodies or secondary to the use of drugs, including anabolic steroids and fibrates.
'A common sequence of events was initiation of DAA-based HCV treatment, rapid drop of HCV RNA to undetectable levels within 1-2 weeks after normalization of transaminase levels (if they were elevated), followed by a rise in HBV DNA with or without increase in transaminases between weeks 4 and 8."